August Final Friday – Last event of the summer!

Our last Final Friday event of the summer is going to be the best- with fantastic art demonstrations, live music, prizes, food, and fun!

The event takes place August 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. in and near downtown Cedar City and SUU. You can download an Art Walk map here, or pick one up from Artisan’s Art Gallery or The Grind Coffeehouse. Bring your family and friends for a fun-filled¬† night of arts and culture, and don’t forget to participate in our stamp card program!

For more information about our stamp card program click here.

Events

Artisan’s Art Gallery: Live music, refreshments, representatives from Orchestra of Southern Utah, the Cedar City Arts Council, and Utah Shakespeare Festival. USF will also be giving away tickets to a fall season play. Award-winning photographer Robert Hall will have his large-format camera for visitors to look through. Photographer Cody Smith will be exhibiting his pieces about the plight of captive wild animals, 50% of all his photography sales will benefit the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab.

Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery: Live music from the Southern Utah String Quartet and artist demonstrations by painters Larry Laskowski and Joey Favino.

Poser’s Place: Jessica Gerlach will be demonstrating letterpress printmaking and allowing visitors the chance to make their own print.

Stone Path Massage & Energy Center: Chair massages, 30 minute ionic foot baths for $10 ($30 value), and artist demonstration by Sierra Dickey from Layton, Utah.

galleryGALA: Light refreshments, art, and fun.

El Rey Inn & Suites: Chip Wiggin will be demonstrating the inking and printing process using his homemade printing press. Shukos food truck will be outside.

Brick House Cafe: Ryan Larson will be demonstrating how to create cyanotype photography prints using photosensitive chemicals and the sun.

The Beverley Taylor Sorensen Center for the Arts Information Station:  At the booth, visitors can participate in giveaways and learn more about the Southern Utah Museum of Art and the new Utah Shakespeare Festival theatre.

We encourage participants to begin the Art Walk on the east side of town at the Heritage Center (105 North 100 East) and walk west on Center St./University Blvd. towards SUU Campus and the Utah Shakespeare Festival, ending at any of the locations on campus. The Final Friday Gallery Strolls are deliberately scheduled right before the Utah Shakespeare Festival performances, giving participants an opportunity for an exceptionally diverse arts and culture experience this summer.

The 2015 Cedar City Art Walk and the Final Friday Gallery Strolls are free and the public is encouraged to attend.